Category Archives: Photography Tidbits

The early days of photography was as simple as exposing a piece of paper or glass was covered with the light sensitive material and then something would be placed on it and exposed to light. The result would be something … Continue reading

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These articles are for inspiration and education purposes only! Vince J Musi Bio: Vincent J Musi has been a regular contributor to National Geographic since 1993 covering subjects from the Texas Hill Country to hurricanes, volcanoes and mummies. A specialist … Continue reading

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I’m sure you’ve seen the ads in photography magazines.  It’s a take on the angle water wings that were so popular last year.  Well I found an article about not only how they did it but the inspiration for the … Continue reading

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There is the difference between the family albums full of snapshots that I grew up with and the creative artistic expression that photography has become in my life.  I was always jealous of friends that could sketch, draw, paint, tag … Continue reading

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I’ve come across this video “Dark Side of the Lens” a few times now and in my experience that tells me that there is something that I need to take from it.  Some lesson I need to learn; or perhaps … Continue reading

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There is a difference between the family albums full of snapshots that I grew up with and the creative artistic expression that photography has become in my life.  I was always jealous of friends that could sketch, draw, paint, tag graffiti (I … Continue reading

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1. Photography is not cheap 2. The best camera of tomorrow can’t shoot pictures today – shoot with what you have 3. Quality is important, up to a certain point 4. Nobody makes a living being just a photographer. Photographer … Continue reading

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Sunny Day Metering The history of photography is an incredible tale, chock full of stories, nostalgia, folk law, and a little alchemy thrown in to make it interesting.  It’s easy to take for granted the technology of today’s cameras, and … Continue reading

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